When buying some industrial materials such as reinforced aluminum, have you ever thought about how thick the coating on the exterior is? So how do you measure the thickness of a non-magnetic coating on a magnetic metal substrate? You may not know that there is a coating thickness gauge! The coating thickness gauge is also called the cladding thickness gauge. The coating thickness gauge is a non-destructive measurement of the thickness of non-magnetic coatings on magnetic metal substrates and non-magnetic metal substrates (such as copper, aluminum, zinc, tin). A portable instrument on the thickness of a non-conductive coating. Nowadays, it has been put into various industries and has a very wide application. To bring convenience to all major fields, which industry can the coating thickness gauge be put into?
1. Electroplating and spraying: This industry is the most used by our instruments, accounting for a considerable proportion of annual sales. It is our main user group and needs to spend a lot of energy to dig.
2, pipeline anti-corrosion: mainly in petrochemical users, the general anti-corrosion layer is relatively thick.
3, aluminum profiles: the main measurement of the oxide film on the profile, the state is required to equip with the relevant testing equipment including coating thickness gauge.
4. Steel structure: Coating thickness gauges also have great applications in this industry, including manufacturers such as iron towers, which have recently purchased more information.
5, printed circuit board, and screen printing and other industries, such companies are relatively speaking in a number of special industries.